The Pittsburgh Penguins recently provided an update on their star goaltender Tristan Jarry. The team confirmed on their social media account (formerly Twitter) that Jarry will start as netminder against the Buffalo Sabers.
Jarry, a two-time All-Star, is 4-5-0 with a 2.51 goals-against average and a 907 save percentage. His performance has been critical to the Penguins’ success, and both the team and fans are excited about his performance. Return to the ice.
The injury that sidelined Jarry occurred Tuesday against Anaheim, when he had to leave in the second quarter with an injury near his eye.
The injury occurred when Jarry’s head accidentally collided with Ducks’ Adam Henrique as his back turned outside the crease. Despite the collision, Jarry managed to stop the puck as Enrique tried to rebound underneath him.
Regarding Jarry’s condition, Penguins head coach Mike Sullivan said:
“The only challenge is his eyes are swollen shut. So his vision is a little bit limited… When that goes down, I think he’ll be happy to go,”
The comment further highlighted the seriousness of Jarry’s injury and the obstacles it presents.
However, the latest news from the Penguins puts those speculations to rest. The news that Jarry scored tonight is a boost for the team as they prepare to take on Buffalo.
Tristan Jarry’s career so far
Tristan Jarry was born in Surrey, British Columbia and grew up playing minor hockey in Vancouver.He was drafted by the Pittsburgh Penguins in 2013 National Hockey League Starter Draft.
Jarry played hockey with the Edmonton Oil Kings of the World Hockey League (WHL) from 2011-15.After his career, Jarry joined the Wilkes Barre/Scranton Penguins, a team affiliated with pittsburgh penguins In the 2015-16 season, his outstanding performance earned him selection to the AHL All-Rookie Team that season.
In December 2016, Tristan Jarry made his NHL debut for Pittsburgh. However, he split several seasons between the NHL and AHL. During the 2019-20 season, Jarry finally solidified himself as a Pittsburgh player. starting goalieHe went 20-12-1 with a 2.43 earned run average and a .921 save percentage.
Tristan Jarry is 34-18-6 with a 2.42 goals-against average and 0.919 save percentage in 2021-22, which earned him selection to the NHL All-Star Game. In 215 games, he has a career record of 121-65-20 with a 2.64 earned run average and a 0.913 save percentage.